Normally when you conduct voir dire, you spend a couple of minutes sharing the general facts of your case so that your potential jurors have some idea about what the case is about. In your opening, you also talk a bit about the facts and what evidence you believe will be introduced during trial.
In closing, you argue the facts in a persuasive fashion to hammer home the case for your client.
The problem is, most lawyers don’t know how to go going the above in an effective fashion. Learn how to “Tap” and “Transport” and you’ll be well on your way to success!
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